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ACE Mentor Program completes 4th year, names scholarship winners

The ACE Mentor Program of Greater Milwaukee held a virtual event on April 27 awarding three scholarships and six internships to local Milwaukee students.

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47 Students Complete ACE Greater Milwaukee’s Virtual Program

Forty-seven high school students from the Greater Milwaukee area recently completed coursework offered through ACE Mentor Program for 2020-21, the first academic year the classes were presented in an entirely virtual format.

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AGC of Greater Milwaukee donates $15K to ACE Mentor Program

The Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee’s Education and Research Foundation recently donated $15,000 to the ACE Mentor Program’s Milwaukee Chapter, an organization that introduces high school students to the wide range of career opportunities in architecture, construction, engineering and related areas of the building design and construction industry.

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Lakefront tower design caps Milwaukee mentorship program for ACE high school students

A team of Milwaukee high school students this month unveiled a vision for a new tower on the downtown lakefront through a mentorship program intended to bring more people into the real estate industry.

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Paula Verboomen supports new ACE mentorship program

Paula Verboomen, office director of Milwaukee-based architecture and engineering firm HGA, has always been drawn to helping students.

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Milwaukee Affiliate Success in Second Year

A national training program aiming to attract high school students to construction and design careers more than doubled its enrollment during a second year in Milwaukee, and will start awarding scholarships.

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ACE Mentor students develop plan to add multi-use space to Marquette campus

innagural ACE team with Mayor Tom Barrett.jpgFor the first time ever, the Milwaukee affiliate of the ACE Mentor Program (Architecture, Construction, Engineering) successfully completed its first year-long session. This program, which officially launched in October 2017, paired local high school students and industry mentors to design a hypothetical project on the Marquette University campus. The teams gave their final presentations this past month in front of friends, families, school leadership, industry leaders and Milwaukee’s Mayor Tom Barrett.

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